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The Washington Middle School Student Council raised money at its MAP Reward Party for Stephanie Lindemann, a Borgia High School student who is battling cancer.

Lindemann was diagnosed with stage four Ewing Sarcoma in November 2015. After 13 months of chemo and radiation to try and beat the bone cancer, doctors said she was in remission. But in January 2017, she relapsed.

A total of $500 was raised for Lindemann and her family from the WMS Student Council.

The money came from dunking booth donations along with pizza and soda sales from the MAP Reward party.


Students at Clearview Elementary School participated in field day on Monday, May 22.

There were a number of games and activities for the students, who  enjoyed the festivities on the playground and the area around the school.

Photos from the field day festivities at Clearview Elementary are below.


Washington girls soccer made some history while turning in a dominating performance in its MSHSAA Class 3 home sectional game against Glendale on Tuesday, May 23.

The Lady Jays became the first team in the history of the girls soccer program to win a playoff game, cruising to a 3-0 victory.

Washington (21-4) advances to the Class 3 quarterfinals, where it will host Bolivar (18-1) Saturday, May 27, at 1 p.m. at Washington High School.

Bolivar won its sectional contest over Neosho, 5-0.

“We’re excited for the kids and the school. It’s a good thing for the community. The kids have kept themselves focused. We’re fortunate that we’re able to host both the sectional and the quarterfinal games. That’s just the way it worked out,” said Washington Head Coach Adam Fischer. “The No. 1 thing we tell them before we go on the field is that we’re a big family and we have to have fun. These games are not won if you’re not having fun. You can’t play tight. You just have to have fun.”

Saturday’s quarterfinal winner advances to the MSHSAA Class 3 Soccer Championships in Kansas City Friday and Saturday, June 2 and 3.

“In my four years here, I never thought we’d be this far. It’s amazing. Now that we’re here, we want to keep winning,” said Washington senior forward Cassidy Nurnberger. “Saturday is going to be amazing, especially since we’ll be on our home field. Hopefully we can get the Sixth Man (student pep club) out here. It’s going to be fun.”

The Lady Jays took a 1-0 lead over Glendale when Cassidy Nurnberger scored in the 29th minute.

“I moved the ball down the sideline and crossed it to one of my teammates. Sarah Becszlko hit the post with a shot. I got to the ball and did everything I could to get it in the back of the net,” Nurnberger said.

Washington made the score 2-0 in the 35th minute when Jena Monehan made a crossing pass to Cierstyn Jacquin, who knocked the ball into the net for a goal.

Washington held a 2-0 halftime advantage.

The Lady Jays made it 3-0 with a goal 17 minutes into the second half, in the 57th minute overall, on a goal by Monehan.

Katie Baer registered the shutout in goal for Washington.

“As a team, we played extremely strong. We’ve been mentally preparing for this game and it’s exciting to win. We had possession probably 90 percent of the time. We’ve been communicating together a lot more,” Nurnberger said.

“We did a great job challenging them. I think we wore out their defenders pretty early,” Fischer said. “We put a lot of shots on net and made their keeper save most of them. When you do that, you’re going to score goals. I’m going to say we had over 20 shots on goal. With the defense we have, if we can get that number of shots on goal, we’re probably going to score three or four goals and it’s pretty tough to score on us.”

The many weapons on the field has made it difficult to defend the Lady Jays.

Since the beginning of the season, I never wanted to be the only one to score,” Nurnberger said. “I’m not selfish. I don’t care who scores. I just want the ball in the net.”

“Cassidy is taking her chances when they come, but with Jena (Monehan), Caitlyn (Vodnansky), Sarah (Becszlko), the Nye girls (Paige and Parker) and Cierstyn (Jacquin), we have so many kids stepping up who are dangerous weapons,” Fischer said. “We have Megan (Yenzer) on set plays, who is deadly. We have (Taylor) Bauer on corner kicks. We have a lot of kids stepping up who are playing great soccer around one of the better kids in Cassidy, who has really been unselfish.”

Photos from Washington’s sectional soccer game against Glendale are below.

Click on the attached link below for a bracket of the MSHSAA Class 3 girls soccer playoffs.


Elementary schools in the School District of Washington participated in a friendly competition with each other and parochial elementary schools in the area in a collection of tabs from soda cans.

The soda can tabs collection will go toward benefiting the Ronald McDonald House.

The Washington Police Department organized the project and also participated in collecting the tabs.

Overall, approximately 1,100 pounds of tabs were collected between all of the schools and the police department.

Campbellton Elementary collected the most tabs among the small schools.

Washington West Elementary collected the most tabs among the large schools.

As a result, students from Campbellton and Washington West got to throw pies in the faces of officers and from the Washington Police Department and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department, along with school administrators.

Visiting Washington West Elementary for the celebration on May 22 and getting pies in their faces were Washington Police Department’s Chief Ed Menefee, Detective Steve Sitzes, Lieutenants Paul Kesterson and Mark Lindgren, and Officers Casey Hill and Mindy Schmelz.

Photos from the Washington West Elementary festivities are below.



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Today: 5/28/17

WHS Graduation Live Stream Feed

Washington High School's Graduation took place on Friday, May 19. Click here for the live stream of the graduation ceremony.

SOAR to New Heights: Summer School Enrollment

2017 Summer School Dates:

Elementary -  June 19-30 and July 3-14.


Middle school and high school - May 30-June 23.


Click here for course descriptions and enrollment forms

Staff Spotlight: On The Spot SDOW (April 2017)

On the Spot SDOW will highlight, at random, three employees a month from the School District of Washington from Certified Staff, Support Staff and Administration/Counseling. Click here for the April edition.

Early Release Days

The next Early Release Day is Wednesday, August 16. All students will be released (1) hour early. Click here for Early Release Day schedules and procedures.

iBelieve Initiative

The School District of Washington's iBelieve Initiative continues to develop. Click here for details about the program.


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